Christmas Eve's Mail on Sunday is reporting that
Prince Charles and the Tory leader recently dined together at the home of mutual friend Simon Sebag Montefiore. They "discussed environmental issues over risotto, organic mutton and bread-and-butter pudding" and reportedly "got on famously."
The graphic opposite summarises some of the common factors binding the two men. In order to cement the relationship it'll probably be a good idea for the Conservative leader to embrace Peter Franklin's idea of blacklisting ugly public buildings. The idea was rejected by ConservativeHome readers when it appeared on 100policies.com but will be an excellent way of ridding Britain of those carbuncles so hated by the heir to the throne. The only trouble is that Prince Charles doesn't have a vote!